Trump Can’t Block People He Doesn't Like on Twitter, Appeals Court Says
A federal appeals court has upheld an earlier ruling that President Trump cannot silence people on Twitter without violating the First Amendment.
Woman Sues Olive Garden After Cheesy Stuffed Mushrooms Allegedly Burned Her Mouth
She claims that the hot stuffed mushrooms required her to be airlifted to the burn unit.
Lady Gaga Defended Kesha in Court, Unsealed Documents Show
"That girl has experienced serious trauma and she is in the middle of [it] right now," Lady Gaga told the court, "and you are all a party to it.”
New Lawsuit Claims Mariah Carey's Former Assistant Was Urinated On at Work
Buzzfeed News obtained this new suit this week. It was filed in response to a suit from Carey that claimed her assistant Lianna Shakhnazaryan was attempting to extort her.
Rihanna Is Suing Her Dad
The singer claims her father has been misusing her name to conduct business without her knowledge.
Nintendo Sues Californian for Selling Modded NES Classic and Switch Hacks
This week Nintendo filed a lawsuit against Mikel Euskaldunak, who allegedly offered tools to help people run pirated games on their Nintendo Switch, as well as sold NES Classic consoles preloaded with more games.
What Life for One Weinstein Accuser Is Like After She Went Public
When Louisette Geiss accused Harvey Weinstein of trying to force her to watch him masturbate in 2008, she knew her life after wouldn't be same, but couldn't have predicted exactly what was to come.
Don't Worry, Aging Hipsters—PBR Ain't Dead Yet
But it's still okay to pour one out, right into your mouth.
These Lawyers Want to Sue Bethesda Over 'Fallout 76' Refunds
Migliaccio & Rathod is talking to angry customers and preparing a class action lawsuit against Bethesda.
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This Guy Is Suing Adobe for a Bug That Deleted Years of His Work
Freelancer Dave Cooper alleges a bug in Premiere Pro wiped out an uncountable amount of video and photography work.
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Wild Video Shows a Fight Club for Toddlers at a Daycare Center
One student's mother sued the school after her four-year-old got "beaten up by his best friends" in class.
New York Sues ExxonMobil for Allegedly Defrauding Investors About Climate Change
NY AG Barbara Underwood said the oil and gas company’s leadership, including former US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, knew about this pattern of fraud for several years.